About Parris Ja Young
Parris is a Western Montana artist, muscian, poet, and philosopher, and occasional Wild West player for a local community festival. He says of his painting, "I thought I was going to be Kokopelli back in my wanderin' days with backpack and flute."
What he says about himself during the Age of Covid:
Carlos Castenada mentions four phases of life: youth, apprenticeship, power, and old age. My power is but a trickle, and I am tasting old age. If you look at life with the mind, it's a comedy. If you look at life with the heart, it's a tragedy. It's best to look at life with BOTH eyes.
And the last ingredient: Victor Charlo said, "No contribution is too small."